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#927378 - 11th Feb 2015 1:54pm cycling clothes
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just taken delivery of a nice carrera road bike but look a knob in jeans and a jacket so was wondering if any of you nice chaps had any old cycling clothes you dont need anymore. large size as im 5'10. thanks

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#927379 - 11th Feb 2015 1:58pm Re: cycling clothes [Re: simonh]
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Try Aldi Now and then they always have half decent practical wear. Its not going to last for ever but you wont feel a nob lol
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#927557 - 11th Feb 2015 9:50pm Re: cycling clothes [Re: simonh]
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#950992 - 12th Jun 2015 11:23pm Re: cycling clothes [Re: simonh]
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If you can spend a little more then B'twin gear which is sold online by Decathlon is much better than Aldi.

If you want something seriously good then try Torm, Shutt, or Rapha.

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#951023 - 13th Jun 2015 12:58pm Re: cycling clothes [Re: simonh]
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I've always worn my jeans and all that time never realising that I looked like a knob. We'll today I've learned something new. smile

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#951025 - 13th Jun 2015 1:27pm Re: cycling clothes [Re: simonh]
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Be a trend-setter like me. Heavy tweed trousers, a Fair Isle Cardigan (with hi-vis yellow wool in the pattern of course), a sturdy flat cap and puffing away on your pipe, leaving a St.Bruno trail of smoke in your wake. Don't forget the trousers clips !

Remember, all the rest of them are total Lycra clad knobs, YOU are Mr Sensible! wink

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#951076 - 13th Jun 2015 9:48pm Re: cycling clothes [Re: Dilly]
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I've always worn my jeans and all that time never realising that I looked like a knob. We'll today I've learned something new. smile
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#985418 - 1st Oct 2015 8:08am Re: cycling clothes [Re: simonh]
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Originally Posted By: simonh
just taken delivery of a nice carrera road bike but look a knob in jeans and a jacket so was wondering if any of you nice chaps had any old cycling clothes you dont need anymore. large size as im 5'10. thanks


hi, Aldi has lots of bike clothes at the moment, from 7 to 16 well worth it, myself and my wife got rigged out on sunday, get down there before it all goes

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#985509 - 2nd Oct 2015 1:23pm Re: cycling clothes [Re: simonh]
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Sports Direct has some good Muddy Fox bike clothing too, a nice compromise if you don't want to be full on in lycra.

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#985518 - 2nd Oct 2015 4:09pm Re: cycling clothes [Re: simonh]
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Aldi has the cycling stuff in again.
And lights also.
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